caston at arach.net.au
Wed May 25 22:24:27 WST 2005
On Wed, 2005-05-25 at 21:55, Gavin Chester wrote:
> Bloody hell!! Everyone had fun being complete geeks!! You've either all
> got too much time on your hands or too much imagination for your own good.
> I can't believe some of the drivel that's being suggested - even by the
> original poster with the problem. Why us a sledgehammer to crack a nut?
> Just re-read my original _ideal_ answer (below) - wireless doorbell,
> wireless doorbell, wireless doorbell, repeat after me ... They're not
> expensive - take them anywhere in the house. Get a life.
What I always wanted was a door bell that let you leave a recorded
message (like msg bank) if no one is home.
> Huff, huff, huff. Ahh. now I feel better.
> (takes tongue out of cheek)
> On Wed, 2005-05-25 at 16:27 +0800, Phillip wrote:
> > Wonder if they have a wireless version or something. Have a look at
> > dick smith they might have something.
> Yeh, you won't have to look too hard to find a wireless doorbell from
> the usual suspects - maybe even Kmart. If you place the receiver near
> you they are load enough to hear above all except a jackhammer. I got
> one for me ol' mammy who wasn't hearing the bell when out the back. She
> now just takes the receiver with her when gardening and it seems to have
> a good range of at least 30m tested so far.
> > On 5/25/05, Caleb Duggan <caleb.duggan at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hi all
> > >
> > > Recently, my family have been annoyed when they ring the doorbell and i
> > > don't answer because i can't hear it due to having earphones in or
> > > headphones on........How would i go about connecting my doorbell to my
> > > comp and having it aleart me when the doorbell is pressed?
> > >
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